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New Cabinet Ministers of the Kingdom of Lesotho

New Cabinet Ministers of the Kingdom of Lesotho

The following ministers were sworn in at the Royal Place in Maseru following the June 3, 2017 elections.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs – Hon Monyane Moleleki
Minister of Public Service – Hon Chief Thesele ‘Maseribane
Minister of Labour and Employment – Hon Keketso Rants’o
Minister of Forestry, Range and Soil Conservation – Hon Motlohi Maliehe
Minister of Communications, Science and Technology- Hon Chief Joang Molapo
Minister of Gender, Youth, Sports and Recreation – Hon Kabelo Mafura
Minister of Water – Hon Samonyane Ntsekele
Minister of Education and Training – Mokhele Moletsane
Minister of Finance – Hon Dr Moeketsi Majoro
Minister in The Prime Minister’s Office – Hon Temeki Ts’olo
Minister of Trade and Industry – Hon Tefo Mapesela
Minister of Social Development – Hon ‘Matebatso Doti
Minister of Small Businesses, Cooperatives and Marketing – Hon Chalane Phori
Minister of Agriculture and Food Security – Hon Mahala Molapo
Minister of Justice Human Rights and Correctional Services – Hon Dr Mahali Phamotse
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations – Hon Lesego Makgothi
Minister of Local Government and Chieftainship Affairs – Hon Habofanoe Lehana
Minister of Mining – Hon Keketso Sello
Minister of Public Works and Transport – Hon Lehlohonolo Moramotse
Minister of Defense and National Security – Hon Sentje Lebona
Minister of Health – Hon Nyapane Kaya
Minister of Development Planning – Hon Tlohelang Aumane
Deputy Ministers
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food Security – Hon Dr Nthabiseng Makoae
Deputy Minister of Health – Hon ‘Manthabiseng Phohleli
Deputy Minister of Public Works and Transport – Hon Ts’ehlo Ramarou
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations – Hon Halebonoe Sets’abi
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs – Hon Machesetsa Mofomobe

So far 3 ministries have not been allocated. These are Police and Public Safety, Tourism and Energy.

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